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Snyder Family Reunion - '4 THE SCRANTON REPUBUCXN, TUESDAY, MAY 29,...
'4 THE SCRANTON REPUBUCXN, TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1934 Ellsworth Vines Wins Pro Honors Pasadena Youth Cops Third Straight Victory NEW YORK, Ma 3 (.Big - worth Vines of Pasadena captured the eastern professional tennli chanv plonshlp today by defeating Martin Plaa of France, M, 6 - 3, 6 - 4, for hli third successive victory In the round' robin series among the four semi finalist!. Already holding triumph over Henri cocnet and Bui niaen, vine made abort work of Plaa in hi final engagement. In almost perfect eon trol. Vines outscored the Frenchman in the many long rallies and shot over an occasional sideline placement when the going got tough. Tilden finished second in the tournament, tournament, beating Cochet In straight sets, 0 - 7, 6 - 2, 6 - 4, for a round - robin record of two victories and one defeat In doubles, Vines and Keith Died' hill outlasted Bruce Barnes and Plaa, 6 - 2, 10 - 8, 12 - 10. The final doubles match will be played at Philadelphia in conjunction with the Middle At lantic championships. Dunmore Items left at Knoepfel and MH - er't Drag store or mailed to 1531 Electric street win receive immediate immediate attention, 'er phone t - t086. Employes of Borough Receive Month's Pay Checks for a month's wages were issued yesterday to all Dunmore police. men, firemen, street workers, ash force .members, and the salaried officials. The checks were given out too late to be cashed yesterday but money will be forthcoming on them today. , The borough payroll It applies on one of the months long overdue was made possible through the turnover of tax money by the collector and also from the check recently received from the state on liquor license fees. Coun cllmen are hopeful that more money to pay off other back salaries of the borough staff will be forthcoming in the near future. Since the tax penality was suspended, there has been a speeding up in taxes. The penalty will be attached again In the near future and many property owners on the delinquent list are ex pected to settle so that extra charges will be avoided U. 0. Kimble Buried In Hawley Cemetery Many friends were In attendance yesterday afternoon at the funeral of Ulysses Grant Kimble, held from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank Pfahler, 116 Church street. Services were conducted by the Rev. George B. Callender, Forty Fort, former pastor of the Myrtle Street M. E. church, Scranton. Mr. Kimble was a former employe of the Pittston company and many of the older employes of this concern were in attendance at the funeral The pallbearers were: Wayne, Clifton Clifton and Lewis Locklin. John Mac - Farland, Joseph and William Kimble, nephews and grandsons of the deceased. Burial was in Willow Grove cemetery, Hawley. M. E. CHURCH NOTES The Junior league of the Methodist church will omit its meeting tomorrow. tomorrow. On Thursday night at 7:10 o'clock, choir rehearsal will be held. The open door class will meet at the home of Mrs. Thomas Henwood, 201 Church street, on Friday night at 8 o'clock. At the same time, the Pearl Herring Missionary society will meet at the home of Mrs. Harry Palmer, 1047 Quincy avenue. HOSTESS TO CLUB A meeting of the Y. G. I. C. was held recently at thi home of Miss Bernetta Boss, Walnut street. Refreshments Refreshments were served by the hostess. 'Dancing was enjoyed. Miss Rose Cognetto was presented with a gift by Miss Bary Bentivegna In behalf of the club. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Gotto Grace, Franklin street. , DEFER MEETING The meeting of the Dunmore Republican Republican club scheduled for last night was deferred. No date for the next meeting was announced. DUNMORE BRIEFS The first team of the Dunmore . Presbyterian church has been awarded a ribbon for second prise In the first aid contest. The Boy Scouts of the Presbyterian church will meet Friday night. There will be no mid - week services at the Christian church tomorrow on account of the holiday. The Women's Missionary society of the Christian church will meet on Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Henrietta Setzer, North Blakely street. Reports were received last night by the Legion auxiliary on the recent play staged at the Garden theater. The play was "The World's All Right." The auxiliary members also arranged last night to take part in the Memorial Memorial day exercies. Classes will be dismissed In the Dunmore schools this afternoon. There will be no sessions tomorrow, but the schools will reopen on Thursday. School Solicitor M. J. Murray, Electric Electric street, underwent an operation yesterday momlng at St. Mary's Keller Keller hospital. His condition was reported reported last night as being satisfactory. Rozelle Funeral OARBONDAZA May 28. The funeral funeral of Mrs. Guy Rozelle was conducted conducted this afternoon from the home of her father, A. W. Brander, 1 Dixon avenue. Services were well attended. The Rev. Clarke R, Trumbore, rector rector of Trinity Episcopal church, officiated. officiated. Interment was in Willow View cemetery, Clifford. Casket bearers were: D. E. Atkinson, Atkinson, Carl Halkyer, Louis Whipple, Jack Horn, George Bennett and William William Montgomery. WOMAN MISSING Police have been asked to aid In locating Mrs. Bertha Kozak, 63, 532 Emmett street, who left her home yesterday yesterday morning and had not returned late last night. Tribute for Jewish War Dead Planned Services Arranged! for Tomorrow Morning Rabbi Moses Mescheloff , spiritual advisor at the Vine Street (Machzi - keh Hadas) temple, will be the principal principal speaker at the annual Y. M. H. r n f " ' " ?? - A. - ,. 4 . Taylor New for The Republican left with Ivan Ivans. 1M West Tartar street, er phase to Taylor 1Z1 - B WlO VBC6IB RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF A. memorial services tomorrow morn' tag at 11 o'clock at Providence Jew ish cemetery, North Main avenue. Dr. Saul Levy, president of the Y. M. H. A., will offer the opening re' marks and Attorney Norman Harris will pay a tribute to the soldier dead. Roll call of the military heroes will be read by Henry Herskovits. Boy and girl scouts will decorate the graves and the Rev. M. M. Koerner, cantor at Linden Street temple, will sing "El Mole Rachamlm." The firing of a volley over the graves and the sounding sounding of taps will conclude the services. Si Grossinger heads the committee on arrangements. Assisting him are Lester S. Atlas, Jack Fendrick, Attor ney Morris Arnovits, Dr. Saul Levy, Leo Lipkowitz, David Smith, Henry Herskovits, Morris Goodman, David Berger, Max Silverman, Jack Weiss, Meyer Moskowitz, Edward Morris, Max Friedman, Mildred Milgram, Helen Ganz, Mildred Baron, Irene Bloom, Rose Klein, Minnie Friedman, Ber nice Leff, Beatrice Dorfman, Dora Hopkins and Fannye Mandel. Betti Obsequies JESSUP, May 28. The funeral of Angelo Betti, 30, Powell avenue, who died on Saturday morning after a few months' illness, will be held from his late home on Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Services will be conducted in ' the home. Interment will be in St. John's cemetery, jessup. Besides his widow, Mr. Betti is survived by four children; a sister, Anna,; and three brothers, Harry, Nando and Peter. Funeral arrange' ments in charge of Undertaker Paul Ruby, Church street. Confirms Classes CARBONDALE, May 28. The Most Rev. Thomas Charles O'Reilly, bishop of the Scranton Roman Catholic dio cese, today conferred the sacrament of confirmation on large classes in two Simpson churches. The bishop first visited Holy Trinity Slovak church and then went to St. Michael's Polish church. Many priests of the up - valley accompanied the prelate. A street parade was held in honjr of the bishop's visit. The junior drum corps led the procession. Yankees Sign Grimes ST. LOUIS, May 28 tfP). The New York Yankees, in an attempt to bolster their pitching etaffl, today signed Burleigh Grimes, 41 - year - old spltball pitcher recently released by the St. Louis Cardinals. BANNON - SMAIXEY NUPTIALS PITTSTON, May 28, - tSI. John's Catholic church was the scene of an Interesting nuptial event this morning t 6 o'clock, when Miss Catherine Bannon, daughter of Robert Robert Bannon, Center street, and Edgar Edgar J. Smalley, 127 Searle street, were united in marriage by the Rev. E. J. Melley, who was also cele brant of the nuptial mass that fol lowed. Miss Anna Redding and Stanley Serino were the attendants. Following a wedding breakfast, Mr. and Mrs. Smalley left on a wedding trip to New York and Atlantic City. They will reside in this city on their return. For the Films t ? IPtljl V Her name's Anne Darling and it's fitting one, as this picture gives ample proof. That's a contract tht 18 - year - old miss is clutching, after it was given court approval in Los Angeles. It calls for seven years of her services in the films, her salary rising to $1,2 SO a week for the final year. Final Tribute Paid To Mrs. Sarah Lowry 1 TAYLOR, May 28. Puneral services for Mrs. Sarah Jkne Lowry . were held this afternoon in the home of her son, the Rev. Etdras H. Lowry, 409 South Main street, and were attended by many relatives and friends from West Scranton where Mrs. Lowry had spent the greater part of her life. The Rev. Austin L. Frynn, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church, Moscow, officiated and was assisted by the Rev. Jesse Wilson, Scranton, and the Revs. Sleazer Davie and P. W. Melsenhelmer of the Taylor Welsh Baptist and St. Paul's Evangelical Evangelical churches, respectively. . . Interment was In Shady Lane cemetery, Chinchilla. The casket bearers were: The Revs. Eleaser Davies, P. W. Melsenhelmer, Jesse Wilson, D. S. Mackeller, and George Smith and Edward Harris. Mrs. Johns Buried TAYLOR. May 36. Attended by many relatives and friends, the funeral funeral of Mrs. Richard W. Johns was held this afternoon from the family home, ISO Church stret. The Rev. E. C. Dewey, pastor of Calvary Baptist church, assisted by the Rev. J. H. Kelson of Bethel Baptist cBiurcfc, West Scranton, conducted services In the home. Interment was to ; Forest Home cemetery. The many floral tributes were carried by Mesdamea Elliot Marsh, George Davey, Alma Davis, Edward Garney, Robert Williams, Pat rick Lavelle, Arthur Evans, Robert Griffiths, Agnes Eagen, Albert Rob' erts, William Jones and Mildred Marks. Casket bearers were: Arthur Jones, Martin Lavelle, Thomas Golds - worthy, Albert Roberts, William James and John Timlin. HONOR MISS DAY TAYLOR, May 28. In honor Miss Tydvil Day, who will be a June bride, the teachers of Roosevelt school gave a dinner party at Hotel Casey on Thursday evening. The guest numbered eighteen. On Friday evening Miss Mildred Frutlgar, Ridge street, and Mrs. Rex - ford Cardwell, Park street, entertained in the former's home at a variety shower for Miss Day. There were twenty - two guests. ROBERTS FUNERAL TAYLOR, May 28. The funeral of Miss Mary A. Roberts was held this afternoon from the home of her sister sister sister - in - law, Mrs. John Roberts, Walnut Walnut street. Many relatives and friends were in attendance. The Rev. Joseph G. Mason, pastor of the Primitive Methodist church, - conducted the service. A trio composed of Mesdames Charles A. Pfaff, J. H. Prestwood and John Proper sang a group of hymns. Interment was in Washburn Street cemetery. The casket bearers were: Frank White, John Eckart, Edward Dowse, Ernest Noakes, Garfield Black and Benjamin Anderson, TAYLOR NOTES TAYLOR, May 28. A men's meeting meeting will be held In the Methodist Episcopal church on Thursday evening evening at which reorganization of the Taylor Church Quoit league will be effected. effected. Men of the various churches are urged to attend. The strong Old Forge team of Lack awanna Valley league will be the opponent opponent of the Taylor team on the local quoit court, West Taylor street, on Tuesday evening in what promises to be one of the beat matches of the season. The first game will begin at 7:30 o'clock. The Intermediate B. Y. P. U., Welsh Baptist church, has discontinued its weekly Tuesday night devotional meet ings for the summer. The trustees of Calvary Baptist church will meet on Tuesday evening. Marshall Evans, Glrard Summerhill, Joseph Wlncovitch and Charles Zook, students at East Stroudsburg Teachers' college, are home to spend the sum mer vacation with their respective par ents, this place. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Evans, Scran ton, and Mrs. James Davis and daughter, daughter, Miss Hannah Davis, this place, motored to Tamaqua on Sunday where they visited their cousin, Thomas Davis, who Is seriously in. Joseph Fairclough Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fairclough, West Taylor street, was graduated yesterday from East Stroudsburg Teachers' college. college. . - Mrs. Elizabeth M. Ott, Union street, Is convalescing from her recent Illness. Mrs. David J. Thomas and son. David Jr., Forty Fort, were guests of relatives here on Sunday. Miss Pearl Rieder, west Orove street, spent the week - end at Easton and West Chester. Our New Family Protection Policy We will pay your family $50.00 a month for twenty years and then pay them $1,000 In cash., Income payments measured from date of demise. Call 8274. Martin P. Kennedy The Mutual Life Of New York Snyder Descendants ; Hold Reunion at Hawley HONZSDALX, May 38. A reunion of nieces and nephews of Miss Mary Snyder was held at the home in Haw ley on Sunday. It was a regular home coming for the members of an old family of the pioneer days of Hawley at the home of the only survivor of Abram and Jane Snyder. Dinner and supper were served. The idea originated originated with Mrs. Nellie Daniels Strat - ton, Deltan, who was elected president of the newly formed organisation. Miss Snyder was made honorary president and Russell Snyder, Clarks Summit, was elected secretary. It was decided to hold a meeting each year on the Sunday before Memorial day at the home of Miss Snyder. Mrs. Annie Daniels was the oldest niece present and W. L. Dodge was the oldest nephew. Robert Snyder and William William Dodge were the youngest grand nephews present. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ridgeway, Jersey City; Mr. and Mrs. Edward McEnaney, Scranton; Mrs. Mortimer Ball and daughter, Sadie, also Mr. and Mrs. William Smith, Allen town; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ammerman, Bethlehem; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Snyder and son, Robert, and Mr. and Mrs. George Gregg, Clarks Summit; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Stratton and daughter, Marjorie, Dalton; Wil - lard Snyder and S. H. Snyder, Scranton; Scranton; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dodge and son, William; Miss Florence Dodge, and Mrs. J. L. Leippe, Honesdale, and Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Bigelow, Pleasant Mount. (I (ItnlfUl ., nio mmwmi Warren Spencer Dies CARBONDALE, May 28. Warren G. Spencer, 71, died on Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. George Fitze, Waymart, after a short Illness. Illness. He had lived in Waymart nearly all his life. ' Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Fitze and three grandchildren. The funeral will be held from his late home on Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock with the Rev. G. B. Reed, pastor of the Pleasant Mount Methodist Methodist Episcopal church, officiating. Interment will be In the Green Grove cemetery. Dies in Bismark HONESDALE, May 28. Albert A. Grambs has received announcement of the death of his brother, Frank Grambs, Bismarck, N. D., which occurred occurred in that city yesterday. Deceased Deceased is a brother of Atotrney Louis Grambs, Scranton.' Mr. Grambs is survived by his widow, two sons; also by one sister, Bertha Krantz, Scranton; Scranton; Lawrence, New York, and William William J. Grambs, Seattle, Wash. The funeral will be held on Wednesday. Mr. Grambs was born at Honesdale and left this place forty years ago. Peter Hoover Dies DURYEA, May 28. Peter Hoover, a resident of this borough for forty years, died yesterday at his home, 168 Cherry street, following an illness of complications. He was a member of St. Nicholas Greek Catholic church, Old Forge. His widow and three children, Mary, Michael and Peter, survive. The funeral win be held on Thursday Thursday morning at 0:30 o'clock. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. Orators Compete Tonight for Prize Annual St. Thomas Contest Contest at C of C Eight St. Thomas college students, winners in a series of elimination contests contests conducted In the upper classes and In the evening school, will com - MMHawaMmn IB f , ; W'' - 'Mir fri&tf'i STRUCK BY LIMB OF TREE CARBONDALE, May 28. William O. Woodmansee, a former resident of Carbondale, was injured on Saturday near his home at Starrucca. Mr. Woodmansee was working on the road when a heavy limb that was sawed off a tree above him by another employe employe hit him on the head. He re ceived head and shoulder bruises. MONS. P. J. BOLAN'D pete tonight in an oratorical meet in the Chamber of Commerce auditorium. The speeches will begin at 8:15 o'clock. The winner will receive a prize, which annually is awarded by Mons. P. J. Boland, Pittston, formerly of North Scranton. The judges will be M. B. Comerford, Joseph Casey and Attorney James J. Powell. Leon Harter, Richard Speicher, James McAndrew, Joseph Conway, John O'Brien, John Clark, Ross Taren - tlno, and Emmett Hart will compete. Dominic Motsay, winner of the contest contest last year, will preside as chairman. chairman. Tomorrow night at Hotel Casey, students active In extra - curricular activities will be the guests of the Rev. Brother Denis Edward, president of the college. Approximately 130 students students will attend. The program will be informal. CHARLES SHALES DIES PITTSTON, May 28. Charles H. Shales, 78, a native of Avoca, and former resident of West Pittston, died yesterday at his home, 3 Orange street, Waverly, N. Y. His widow and a daughter, Mrs. Stephen Harding, survive. survive. The funeral will be held on Tuesday Tuesday morning with burial in the Brick Church cemetery, Eatonville, Pa. SPRING PRICES IN EFFECT 1007 CAPOUSE AVE. U. S. NO. 1 HEW POTATOES CtRtslocpss Piitsspples (O) ICEBERG M' (O) Lettuss SUNKIST ORANGES doz. 1 5c FANCY CUCUMBERS 2 for 5C BANANAS doz. 1 5c LUSCIOUS STRAVDEnniES eg 10c WICKHAM'S Mayonnaise Qt Jar Ft Jar 45c 25c ROYAL SCARLET ' Peaches Sliced er Halves sr.. .15c Schimratl't Pun Fruit Presents :25c LIBBY'S er ARMOUR'S CORNED BEEF LIBBY'S COTTAGE BEEF Can CAMPBELL'S TOMATO JUICE ..... 2 cans 11c JANE GOOD Salad Dressing Qt. Jar 24c Pt. Jar 14c Vi Pt. Jar 9c DUX OR SOUR Pickles 2 ot. Jin 25c DAIRY DEPARTMENT OUR HIGHEST QUALITY loiiter - JSe Mild Daisy or Mueiuter .... .lb. 17c Sharp 23c Swim 25c FRESH EGGS . doz. 17c AMERICAN LOAF CHEESES 99c Miss Mary Greco Will Wed Carl Cherundolo OLD FORGE, May 28. Announcement Announcement has been made by Mrs. Joseph lne Greco, Oak street, of the approaching approaching marriage of her daughter, Mary, to Carl Cherundolo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cherundolo, Third street. The ceremony will be performed performed by the Rev. James L. Laves - aarrl on Wednesday, June 6, in St. Mary's Italian Catholic church. The couple win be attended by Miss Frances Frances Greco and Prof. Joseph Ortppl. A celebration for friends and relatives win be held on Wednesday evening, June 6, at Holland's hall. Miss Greco is a well known young lady. Mr. Cherundolo is a graduate of Old Forge High school, class of '29, and St. Thomas college, class of "32, where he received his B. S. degree in education. After a two weeks' motor trip to Washington, D. C, and Eastern Eastern states, the couple will reside at 151 Third street. Parade to Be Held OLD FORGE, May 28. One of the largest parades ever staged in Old Forge is expected to be held on Sunday Sunday afternoon, June 3, at 3:30 o'clock in celebration of the forty - third year of the Ouardia Roma lodge, of which Angelo Chioda, Stewart street, is president. All borough officials, members members of the lodge, American legion and legion band, and a 100 - plece drum corps will participate. The lodge will conduct a picnic on Saturday and Sunday evening at the public park. Dancing will be a feature feature both evenings. Fireworks will be set off on Sunday evening. MARTIN KORSAK BURIED CARBONDALE, May 28. The funeral funeral of Martin Korsak was held today today from his late home at Castle Garden, near Forest City. A mass of requiem was celebrated in St. Anthony's Anthony's church by the pastor, the Rev. P. B. Paustls. . Interment was In St. Anthony's cemetery. Casket bearers were: Andrew Andrew Derankk, Walter Deranick, Peter Stuck, Joseph Gerditis, Michael Wazer and Anthony Downer. - GUMAN INFANT DIES CARBONDALE, May 28. Nicholas, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lazar Guman, Owego street, Simpson, died this morning after a few days illness. The funeral will take place on Tuesday Tuesday afternoon with burial in the Russian monastery cemetery at South Canaan REVELS FUNERAL AROHBALD, May 28. The funeral of Henry Revels, one of Archbald's oldest and best known residents, will be held from the family home, 107 Monroe street, Wednesday morning. A high mass of requiem will be celebrated in St. Thomas Aqulna's church at 8:80 Bast Bus Service CbooM th famous Greyhound Lino, nationally nationally known for fin coaches, prompt frequent tchedulei, when you trarel to New York, or aa - where. Liberal ttop - OTcr, return privilece. One Way Rouse1 Trip AO Eastern reyhonnal Terminal SIS Adaeu Aveae Phoeoi - H7 o'clock. Interment ' will be In Thomas' cemetery. 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Clipped from The Scranton Republican29 May 1934, TuePage 4

The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)29 May 1934, TuePage 4
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